Rails 4 and Ruby 2.0 Compat? #350

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AxisOfEval opened this Issue Mar 6, 2013 · 14 comments

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@AxisOfEval

Now that the spiffy new Rails 4 and Ruby 2.0 are out, are there any plans to upgrade the gem for compat?

@sebastian

+1

@drhenner
drhenner commented May 7, 2013

Moreover... Is there anything the community can help out with? I'm downloading authlogic locally to see if i can help

@nathany
nathany commented Jun 12, 2013

👍

Seeing a number of with_scope deprecations that appear to being coming from Authlogic (3.3.0) UserSession.find.

@forrest
forrest commented Jun 12, 2013

+1

@pixelate
pixelate commented Jul 1, 2013

+1

@lidashuang

+1

@nathany
nathany commented Jul 26, 2013

Probably the first step is to test on Ruby 2 and Rails 4. #368

@yves-vogl

+1

(I like Authlogic a lot more than Devise – it's just a lot cleaner)

@Breefield

+1

@maletor
maletor commented May 14, 2014

Having issues with invalid byte sequence in UTF-8 when upgrading from 3.2 to 4.0 when doing a find_by_login in lower case. Any ideas?

@tiegz
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tiegz commented May 14, 2014

@maletor are you able to reproduce it in a test case?

Also, i'm going to close this issue out. We've got test coverage in Rails {3.2,4.0,4.1} now.

@tiegz tiegz closed this May 14, 2014
@maletor
maletor commented May 14, 2014

@tiegz, ya I see that now. Was totally thrown off because you stopped tagging releases in GitHub and I was stuck on 3.4.0 when 3.4.2 had the fixes I needed.

Not sure if I'm unique in my reliance on those, but regardless they are extremely helpful for gems when you are upgrading and want to take a look at the diff.

Updating the History file would be useful too.

@tiegz
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tiegz commented May 15, 2014

@maletor Just pushed the missing tags to github. I was just added as a repo maintainer recently, so adding tags was one of my goals anyway. Retroactively updating the History file is on the list too (feel free to send a PR tho if you want).

@maletor
maletor commented May 15, 2014

@tiegz, thank you for updating the tags. It's nice to see this project will live on.

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